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Marley crossed the Rainbow Bridge in May. In June, Sylvia Tzekas, Marley’s human, shared the following words on social media: “Crazy story! Last Sunday my Facebook memory


popped up with this picture of Marley (shown left) from four years ago. It was from a Tito’s Handmade Vodka photo shoot for THE NEW BARKER Magazine. When I saw the memory, I was heart broken and asked Marley to please give me a sign of when I should get another puppy. Later, that same day, a friend of mine called and said, ‘I


know Marley passed and maybe it’s to soon but...’ My friend, who has five dogs, had just had a baby. One


Photograph by Laura Allen Studios


of the dogs was a year-old puppy that she knew would have a great life with us. She brought him over the next morning to meet us. Guess what his name was? Tito. If that’s not a sign, I don’t know what is.” Sylvia, Clearwater Beach


Graham, on a full out run you could turn, jump, twist and in a split second before the ball arrived, turn your head and snatch it from the air. You made catching those tennis balls look easy. You always were a ladies man with an obvious smile. You were one of a kind, my friend. Telling you goodbye was one of the hardest things I have ever done. I will miss you always. Bill, Plant City


Yuki was labeled vicious and unadoptable by Hillsborough County Animal Services. I fought for his life for three days before the shelter finally allowed me to adopt him. He learned how to be part of a family, and discovered his favorite things. Yuki is the only dog I’ve ever had who could say, “hello” on command. Losing Yuki was a huge blow to our family. Shantelle, St. Petersburg


Josh was one of my dearest friends, and I’m really struggling with the loss after having been together for 10 years. He was just 16 weeks old when I adopted him from a Greyhound rescue group. He became a wonderful therapy dog, especially loved by the folks at Mease Memory Care in Dunedin. My heart is broken and my home will never be the same without him. Love you for- ever, sweetheart. Janet, Dunedin


86 THE NEW BARKER Photograph by Karri Head


Penelope was a little vagrant, picked up as a stray in Orlando. I began fostering her in 2016. She loved to play, give bitey kiss- es, bopping around St. Pete with our friends and their Italian Greyhounds. Penelope was my little Bean. She made her way into my home at a time in my life that was very sad and depressing. Penelope brought me joy and laughter. Annemarie, St. Petersburg


Caesar was an amazing soul and had become an integral part of the family and rescue. He was my favorite Dane to take to events because he got so excited to meet people. He would prance and spin around in circles and just exude happiness. Knowing the anxieties he fought and how he lived for months in a crate and was so scared of the world made his transformation special. Patrick, Florida Giant Dog Rescue


Gidget was the best. She was always sweet and friendly. Her tail used to wag so fast it was a blur. Everyone loved her. She had been fighting some health problems for years and put up a good fight. Last night, her body just couldn’t fight any longer. We were so blessed to have her in our family, and will miss her so very much. My sweet little Gidget. Jennifer, Dunedin


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